Flying Camel Landing Tips (Charyl Brusch)

Spin specialist Charyl Brusch continues her explanation of how she teaches a flying camel.  In her introduction to the flying camel, she worked directly with a skater on the basics of learning the spin.  In the second video covering flying camel improvements, she discussed how to build the flying camel with more speed and energy.  In third video, she discussed important positions of the flying camel and addressed common problems with position and movement.  In this video, Charyl shares some important tips for the flying camel landing.

In particular, Charyl offers a great tip for balance and stability involving the skating arm.  Many otherwise-good flying camels are “lost” due to weak or unbalanced landings.  She also addresses whether the skater should land on the toe pick or not.

At the end of this video, Charyl returns to the very basics of developing the correct feeling for a flying camel.  This information really belongs in the first video of this series but was discussed at the end of filming and was therefore included in this video.



Sorry, this content is for members only.

Click here to get access.


Already a member? Login below

Remember me (for 2 weeks)

Forgot Password

FavoriteLoadingAdd to "My Favorites" (Beta testing)
Member Login

Forgot Password